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Barack Obama said women are ‘indisputably better’ leaders than men. Here’s what it was like to be a woman working in his White House.

‘Being able to see other black women lead work in that White House made me feel like I could do that as well’

Michelle Obama’s inaugural suit wrote designer Isabel Toledo into history. But her contribution to fashion stretches beyond that moment.

The Cuban-born, New York-based designer died last week at age 59

Michelle Obama hasn’t yet been fictionalized on TV. Viola Davis is set to play her in Showtime’s ‘First Ladies.’

In addition to Obama, the first season will feature Eleanor Roosevelt and Betty Ford

‘I see myself in you all’: Michelle Obama’s message to first-generation college students

The former first lady recently shared the stage with fellow first-generation graduates at a Howard University summit

Michelle Obama talks last moments in White House, 2020 presidential election and more in interview

She sat down with Gayle King in a nearly hour-long interview at the Essence Festival in New Orleans on Saturday

‘Becoming,’ Michelle Obama’s book, could become the best-selling memoir ever

More than 10 million copies have been sold — and sales continue to skyrocket

If Michelle Obama wants to wear sparkly thigh-high boots, she can (and she did)

‘And her critics? Well, she’ll let them go low while she goes haute couture.’

Two words sum up Michelle Obama’s thoughts after Trump’s inauguration: ‘Bye, Felicia.’

Obama uttered the phrase on ‘The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon,’ earning raucous cheers from the studio audience

Michelle Obama and the challenges of ‘leaning in’ for black women

The former first lady’s words are an important acknowledgment of the challenges black women face

The Internet is going crazy over Michelle Obama’s criticism of ‘lean in’ — and the swear word she used

Obama referenced Sheryl Sandberg’s controversial mantra while on her book tour